Relaxed among people

SENTRY helps people who want to protect themselves against infections - but want to enjoy their lives.

Around 50 million people live in Europe who, due to their age or previous illnesses, need special protection during the annual waves of infection.

The most effective measure to protect against infection has proven to be the observance of a minimum distance. But this only works if everyone sticks to it. In public life this often proves to be difficult. Whether consciously or unconsciously, fellow human beings regularly ignore the recommended distance.

Since many people in need of protection are uncomfortable with actively enforcing the minimum distance, they are often reluctant to leave their homes during waves of infection. They are thus restricted in their freedom of movement and can no longer participate in social life as usual.

SENTRY offers the possibility to point out to the public in a friendly way that you want to protect yourself and that it is important to keep your distance.

SENTRY can be hung or clipped onto clothing and projects the minimum distance by means of a light image onto the floor. This allows wearers and fellow human beings to quickly recognize whether the recommended distance regulations are being observed. The protection of risk groups is a social responsibility for all of us.
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Unlike fixed markings on the floor, the carrier remains mobile and can move freely. Since SENTRY indicates the minimum distance purely visually and does not emit any audible warning sounds, it can also be used in environments where quietness is appreciated for example in museums and libraries.

Protection of employees and customers

SENTRY provides security for employees and customers during waves of infection.

Every year, up to 20% of the employees of companies of all sizes fall ill with flu-like infections. Because many employees drag themselves into work despite their illness, infection at the workplace is a major contributory factor.

Crowded elevators, queuing in the canteen or too little distance during formal and informal meetings are then conditions for the spread of pathogens. This is especially dangerous for risk groups and their relatives.

Employers have the responsibility to protect these groups in the working environment.

SENTRY makes it very easy for employees to understand and observe distancing regulations, significantly reducing the chance of infection spread. Even with a reduction in sickness of only 5%, SENTRY pays for itself.
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In retail, too, companies are obliged to ensure that their sales personnel maintain the recommended minimum distance in order to protect themselves and others. With SENTRY, you make it easier for your employees to comply with precisely defined rules and show your customers that their protection and welfare are not just an empty phrases from you.

SENTRY can be hung or clipped onto clothing and projects the minimum distance by means of a pattern onto the floor. Unlike fixed markings, the carrier remains mobile and can move freely. Since SENTRY indicates the minimum distance purely visually without any audible alarms, it is unobtrusive and can be used without any problems even in quiet working environments.

Secure Events

With SENTRY, visitors to events can easily comply with social distancing rules as required by governments, event hosts and health organizations.

Trade fairs and congresses are traditionally held in autumn, late winter and early spring. These are precisely the times of year when we are most susceptible to flu-like infections, often exacerbated by erratic heating and air-conditioning in many venues; furthermore, dense crowds at events increase the risk of pathogen spread.

Using SENTRY, exhibitors can provide their employees with highly effective, immediately obvious and contentious-free social distancing indicators, significantly reducing the risk of contracting the notorious “trade fair flu” for themselves and others, whilst projecting a ‘we care’ message.
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As the risk of infection is considerably reduced by observing the distancing rules, SENTRY also enables older people or members of risk groups to participate in exhibitions, trade fairs and congresses.

In Europe alone, 50 million people belong to this group.

The use of SENTRY will make personal interactions much more viable – safely; currently many events can only take place online – which cannot replace personal contact and the one to one experience which make so many events so successful.

SENTRY can be hung or clipped onto clothing, and projects the minimum distance by means of a laser pattern onto the floor. Unlike fixed markings, the carrier remains mobile and can move freely.

As SENTRY indicates the minimum distance purely visually and does not emit any audible warning signals, it is unobtrusive and can be used without any problems even in quiet environments.